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The Zenberry Life is a radio show about living your dream life hosted by Holistic Health and Nutrition Coach Emma Galland. Her goal is to give you tools and thinking material to create more success, health, joy and zen in your life. The Zenberry Life show will inspire you to make a paradigm shift in order to let go of doubt, fear and any limitations you may have and which keep you stuck, as well as help you reach optimum health in order to move forward with your goals and dreams.
This Sunday, the show will explore the vegan lifestyle and diet with a panel of male and female vegan athletes, a vegan chef and a vegan hair and make-up artist. Emma will discuss what being vegan means, what the diet looks like, who choses to be vegan and whether this diet may or may not be for you. She will discuss transition strategies into the vegan lifestyle with her guests and trade recipes.
Learn more about our guests at www.zenberrymix.com/the-zenberry-life
1. You'll live a lot longer
"Vegetarians live about seven years longer, and vegans (who eat no animal products) about 15 years longer than meat eaters, according to a study from Loma Linda University. These findings are backed up by the China Health Project (the largest population study on diet and health to date), which found that Chinese people who eat the least amount of fat and animal products have the lowest risks of cancer, heart attack and other chronic degenerative diseases."
Reference please? We haven’t found such statistics in a search of the medical database.
In spite of claims to “stacks of studies,” there is actually very little scientific literature that carefully compares mortality and disease rates in vegetarians and nonvegetarians. In 1991, Dr. Russell Smith, a statistician, analyzed the existing studies on vegetariansim1 and discovered that while a number of studies show that vegetarian diets significantly decrease blood cholesterol levels, very few have evaluated the effects of vegetarian diets on overall mortality. His careful analysis (see sidebar below) revealed no benefit from vegetarianism in terms of overall mortality or longevity. In fact, Smith speculated on the possibility that the available data from the many existing prospective studies were left unpublished because they failed to reveal any benefits of the vegetarian diet. He notes, for example, mortality statistics are strangely absent from the Tromso Heart Study in Norway, which showed that vegetarians had slightly lower blood cholesterol levels than nonvegetarians.2
'Gather Round w/ Ruthann Amarteifio & Sarit Jacobsohn'
We begin 'Gather Round' with 'Bits and Bobs'------Flash Updates, Greenies, and Simple Living-----
Ruthan talks about the choice she made some time ago to become a vegan. It seems to be a misunderstood lifestyle and this will be addressed, as well as the joy that come from this decision.
'Sarit Jacobsohn Views the World' is here at the half hour mark-----All the latest updates on the genocide taking place in Palestine by the Zionists---
Wednesdays 9pm, join your favorite Sexperts & Healthy Living Coaches, Neek & Nelly, with Moxie Gents, moderator of the FaceBook Social Group "What Do Black Men Really Think?", Eli Isabell, as they delivering realistic, empowering solution-focused conversations in the areas of personal growth, spirituality, intimacy and healthy lifestyle strategies. The new show, Get Moxie! The Lifestyle Talk Show, offers a medley of intimate & energetic approaches to enhance your overall sense of individual and relationship well-being!
Healthy Living Step No. 1: Take stock.
Your first step toward healthy living is to get a handle on your health status right now. Here's your to-do list:
Make appointments with your doctor and dentist. Catch up on your routine screening and immunizations, and take the opportunity to ask your doctor any questions you might have.
Gauge your girth. Measure your height and weight to check your BMI, and measure your waist circumference to see if you're overweight and if your waistline is putting your health at risk.
Assess your activity. How much physical activity do you get in a typical week? How intense is that activity? How much variety do you get in your activity, and how much do you enjoy it? The CDC recommends that adults get at least two and a half hours per week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity or one hour and 15 minutes per week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity, plus muscle-strengthening activities at least two days per week.
Keep a food diary. Write down everything you eat for a day -- and no fair skipping the items you're embarrassed about. "The idea is to write it down ... without judgment," says Kathianne Sellers Williams, MEd, RD, LD, a nutritionist, wellness coach, and personal trainer with Cafe Physique in Atlanta. "You can't change what you're not aware of or don't acknowledge."
In this show you'll learn:
How to be "proactive" with your product choices - who you are supporting, how you are supporting them, and why you are supporting them.
What products are the least toxic for both your body and the planet.
Ways you can do your own diligent background research on products you are using.
Background and Guest Information:
You make many choices during your day - the personal care products you use as you get ready for the day, the foods you eat throughout the day, what you use to put your food in as you eat and drink them, and even the clothes you wear. Have you ever stopped to think about where these things come from, as well as who produces them?
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Mindy Goldis, aka The Rawsome Vegan Gal, as they discuss the importance of researching the everyday products in your life to know who and what you are supporting with your dollars. Mindy will also educate you on certain products that you can start including in your life right now, and then the direction you can take to start educating yourself.
Mindy created her own business in San Diego, and has been cooking/uncooking and teaching the public for the past 15 years. You can check out her YouTube channel, TheRawsomeVeganGal, as well as her blog, My r-Awesome Life.
Also check out Dr. Ritamarie's VITAL Health Community for additional resources that will give you cutting-edge science combined with the best of natural health wisdom to help you discover unprecedented vitality.
WHAT'S YOUR VIBE?
Hypnotherapist/Mental Health Counseling, VIBE specialist, Trained Doula, Mother of 4 & Political wife NORMA CARDENAS is creating conversation toward solutions that raise your personal vibration to obtain an emotionally healthy lifestyle.
Today award-winning television host, popular plant-based cookbook author and vegan chef Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes the Simple Daily Recipes founder, Jill McKeever to talk about tips for cooking and serving the veggies and fruits of late summer! Jazzy Vegetarian Classics: Vegan Twists on American Family Favorites, Laura Theodore’s newest cookbook, is now available wherever fine books are sold along with her popular book: Jazzy Vegetarian, Lively Vegan Cuisine That’s Easy and Delicious. Watch Jazzy Vegetarian on the CREATE Channel all across the country. After watching the life-changing documentary, "Forks Over Knives," Jill decided she didn’t want to grow old with poor health and living on prescription medications, so she he adopted a whole food, plant-based diet, dropped 30 pounds and gained energy. With her new, lifestyle, McKeever started a YouTube channel for recipe makeovers. Her newest venture is Whole Food Plant Geek, which includes interviews from plant-based nutrition experts and nationally known chefs to gain more insight on the benefits of eating plant-based.
In 2011, Caroll Atkins created a “lovestyle” writing experience called LoveDesignLife. There, she authors articles and content that can help one live an authentic life by simply letting “Love Design Life”. LoveDesignLife is all about breaking down the various issues we face and situations we create that keeps us from love, from ourselves and from others.